See yourself being part of a large, transformational change? This could be the role for you!
Who we are
At Iress, we believe technology should help people perform better every day. Since our beginning in 1993, people across financial services have trusted us to take their performance to the next level.
From the world’s most established financial brands to new and disruptive players, we help improve every aspect of our clients’ businesses so that they can work better, every day.
Iress is one of Australia’s largest technology companies and employs more than 1,900 people across Australia, United Kingdom, South Africa, Canada, New Zealand and Asia.
You will be responsible for creating and supporting existing or new programs by converting requirements into code. Iress Market Technology has a strong client service ethos and prides itself on being a client driven, responsive company, able to actively assist their clients by providing financial service solutions.
We are seeking professionals or up and coming talented developers that have an interest in dynamic languages, current and emerging web standards and web application architecture.
To keep pace with our developments, you will need to be dynamic, productive and creative.
What you will be doing
What you will need
Experience with Microsoft .NET Framework, including VB.NET / C#, ASP.NET and Visual Studio
Python development experience desirable
Experience with SQL and relational databases
Tertiary qualifications in software engineering or computer science
Commerce / Finance background in addition will be regarded highly
Adaptability to employ a wide range of technologies
Knowledge of multi-tiered object oriented application development
Experience in the cycle of software development, and agile methodologies
Professional software development experience
Casual dress, flexible work policy
Access to learning and development programs
3 days’ leave per year for charity initiatives
Global 36-hour hackathon
Up to 26 weeks’ paid parental leave for primary carers (up to 4 weeks for secondary carers), and the ability to work part-
time when returning to work.